News highlights – 20 September

Written by on September 21, 2016 in News with 0 Comments
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REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo

News highlights for 20 September

Google plays for time in EU antitrust case

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Alphabet’s Google has been given an extra three weeks to respond to EU antitrust charges that it abused its dominant Android mobile operating system to squeeze out rivals, the European Commission said on Tuesday. Read more…

ARM launches chips for driverless cars

LONDON (Reuters) – ARM, the British chip designer powering the global mobile phone industry, launched a new processor on Tuesday for driverless cars, seeking to secure its place at the heart of the burgeoning industry. Read more…

Tesla publishes security after Model S scare

(Reuters) – Tesla Motors Inc has rolled out a security patch for its electric cars after Chinese security researchers uncovered vulnerabilities they said allowed them to remotely attack a Tesla Model S sedan. Read more…

Verizon starts taking Galaxy Note 7 orders

SEOUL (Reuters) – U.S. carrier Verizon Communications Inc has begun taking orders for Samsung Electronics Co Ltd’s new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, after having stopped sales of the device earlier due to fire-prone batteries. Read more…

Cloud pays off for Adobe, pushes revenue upwards

(Reuters) – Adobe Systems Inc reported a better-than-expected 20 percent jump in quarterly revenue as its Creative Cloud package of software tools attracted more users. Read more…

McAfee investment vehicle denied listing, shares hit

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Shares of MGT Capital Investments, led by anti-virus software pioneer John McAfee, dropped 21 percent on Tuesday after it said the New York Stock Exchange denied approval of the listing. Read more…

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